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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2007
Major League Soccer has changed its rules again, increasing the number of foreigners allowed per team from seven to eight and allowing them to trade for as many foreign player slots as they can accumulate. The move means that an MLS club could, in theory, field a team composed entirely ... Read the whole story
As the "what's wrong with English players debate" rages on, Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas makes an interesting observation: unlike players from other European countries, the English don't tend to expand their horizons by playing abroad. "It looks like [English players] are comfortable where they are and that is it," the ... Read the whole story
Reuters has interesting story on the tribulations of Brazilian coaches, who can see their plans for the season evaporate in an instant once the international transfer window opens. According to the Brazilian Soccer Federation (CBF), the country exported a record 1,085 professionals in 2007. Brazilians are in-demand in leagues across ... Read the whole story
He's only just turned 20, but striker Karim Benzema has already developed into the main attacking threat at French champion Lyon. The France striker has been a revelation this year, topping the Ligue 1 scoring charts with 12 goals in 18 matches. Recently, Benzema notched two goals and an assist ... Read the whole story
Almost a forgotten man at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack was set to make his long-awaited return Wednesday against Liverpool in the English League Cup following an eight-month injury layoff. In an interview with German newspaper Die Zeit, the Germany captain reveals the ankle injury almost ended his playing ... Read the whole story


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